Gold Coast region Indigenous job seekers are set to benefit from
a targeted new job preparation and training initiative, Yarn n
Yakka, launching this Friday 8 May in Coolangatta.
More than 90 Geelong region volunteers will be thanked for their
years of service with Karingal at a special presentation on Tuesday
12 May as part of the 26th National Volunteer Week,
which runs from 11 - 17 May.
Karingal participants will receive a number of awards at the
3rd annual Karingal Student Awards Evening this Tuesday
5 May at the Brotherhood of St Laurence in Frankston.
The Federal government's 'Jobactive'
employment service tender announcement on March 31 resulted in
business growth for MatchWorks.
MatchWorks has joined forces with
Melbourne City FC (MCFC) to launch an exciting new community
initiative, City Sisters.
Thanks to incredible community and
business support, the Karingal Foundation has so far raised
$461,410 towards the Eastern Geelong Community Centre (EGCC) Appeal
and is well on the way to reaching its $2 million target.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to maximise
choice and control for people with a disability, with Karingal
dedicated to helping participants experience greater
Karingal will merge with local community
service organisation DoCare Geelong in July following approval from
the respective boards.
Six Indigenous job seekers from the
Broadmeadows area recently graduated from MatchWorks' Deadly Yakka
program, helping them in their journey to find sustainable ongoing